A Corbin attorney has raised more than $50,000 to keep school resource officers in place. Attorney Shane Romines told WYMT he expects to give Corbin schools the money on Friday. This comes after Romines pledged $25,000 for the installation of metal detectors in the schools. He said he expects the machines to be hooked up at Lynn Camp High School Friday morning. Romines said he is trying to raise awareness in other communities to try and install metal detectors in other school districts in southern Kentucky.